Forgotten Tales of Texas

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From El Chupacabra to the Marx Brothers, Clay Coppedge has a talent for digging into Texas's most unusual history. Strange as they may seem, many of these Texas-sized legends are surprisingly true, like Pancho Villa's film contract and the notorious Crash at Crush, a staged train collision and failed publicity stunt that turned tragic outside of Katy. Whether fact or lore, each tale is irrefutably part of a unique and fascinating heritage that invigorates the spirit like a Texas frontier remedy.
ISBN: 9781609492687
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Texas
Series: Forgotten Tales
Images: 15
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Clay Coppedge has written for newspapers and magazines for more than thirty years, including fourteen as a sportswriter. He is currently a staff writer and columnist for Country World newspaper. Clay is also a columnist for and a regular contributor to Texas Co-op Power magazine.
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